A Tale of Five Women (1951)

  |  Drama, Mystery, Romance

A Tale of Five Women (1951) Poster

1951. Drama. Stars, Bonar Colleano, Barbara Kelly, Eva Bartok & Gina Lollobrigida. When an Englishman leaves America to enlist in the RAF, his gruelling combat experiences result in a loss of memory.


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26 April 2018 | stevenbutten
| Forced Misunderstandings
I won't bother with the plot, what there is of it is covered elsewhere, but I would make a correction in that protagonist Bob Mitchell is in the RAF not the British Army. Sadly Bonar Colleano gives a decidedly stilted performance as Mitchell, but there are interesting appearances from some interesting actors: Eva Bartok, Gina Lollobrigida, stalwart Brit Geoffrey Sumner as the Wingco, Marcello Mastroiani and a cameo from Terence Alexander as a hotel receptionist. As Mitchell travels from city to city, almost every meeting leads to a silly misunderstanding, all of which could be avoided if he just starts out by saying he has amnesia. The movie does provide a glimpse of post-war Europe and shines a dim light on the plight of stateless refugees, but it's no Third Man.


Release Date:

15 January 1952


English, Italian

Country of Origin

UK, Italy, West Germany, France, Austria

Filming Locations

Nettlefold Studios, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, UK

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